Island of love
Big Mountain Lyrics


I've been waiting for you a long time
I love you
Hoo...yeh-yeh

No problems, not here
On this island of love
Island we share, baby
No worries, no cares
On this island of love
All that we need is here

It's all right
To do as you please, baby, oh
It's all here
Just take what you need, baby

You'll see things you've never seen before
A summer set upon a sandy shore
Who could ever think to ask for more
Than what we have right now, oh, baby

No problems, not here
On this island of love
Island we share, baby
No worries, no cares, no, baby
On this island of love
All that we need is here

Looking out
As far as you can see
Paradise
For just you and me, baby, oh, Lord, yeh

You don't even have to close the door
Gentle breezes come and lift your soul
Lose you thoughts inside the love we know
Forever we'll be fine, oh, baby, yeh

No problems, not here
On this island of love
Island we share, baby
No worries, no cares
On this island of love
All that we need is here

Give me your love, give me your hand
And let us share the love we understand
Sweet talk to me on the ocean breeze
And take a swim right out inna de sea
And we can walk and talk a little while
Sitting on the shade and share a little smile
Make a little love in a private little style
Inna dis here island we want to stay awhile, wow

You don't even have to close the door
Gentle breezes come and lift your soul
Lose you thoughts inside the love we know
Forever we'll be fine, oh, yeh-yeh

No problems, not here, oh
On this island of love, oh
Island we share, baby
No worries, no cares
On this island of love
All that we need is here

No problems, not here
On this island of love
Island we share, baby
No worries, no cares, no, baby

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Neev Infrastructure

What to do when the phone rings and you don’t know who’s on the other end of the line? Recently widowed Deng always answers — though it has been to her peril of late. Someone has taken to calling her and staying completely silent when she asks who’s there. Director Wang Xiaoshuai’s Red Amnesia may seem like a thriller that would appeal only to people whose pulse jumps when they receive a call from an unknown number, but as it unspools the film becomes a deeply unsettling exploration of the links between personal and national trauma.

The elderly Deng is an unreliable narrator, which increases the film’s tension. We see most events from her perspective, and they may not always conform to reality. She has frequent, one-sided conversations with her recently deceased husband, who occasionally materializes next to her. It’s sad, but it’s also troubling: If this is how she experiences grief, then what else is she not relaying accurately? Is anybody calling her at all?

Rarely has an octogenarian’s experience with technology caused such nerve-racking tension.
The elemental fear evoked by this simple conceit is not to be underestimated. Rarely has an octogenarian’s experience with technology caused such nerve-racking tension. Thinking that she may know who the mystery caller is while hoping she’s wrong, Deng gets a new phone with caller ID and discusses potential enemies with her children. The divide between generations further exacerbates her problems. The elderly matriarch is seen as a nuisance by her two adult sons, whom she deems disrespectful for attempting to limit her role in their lives.
There are references to a man named Fat Liu, who slowly takes on the air of a bogeyman; a business deal is said to have gone sour, leading to bad blood between his family and the widow’s. It’s when we learn the culprit’s true identity that Red Amnesia fully reveals itself as an emotionally devastating look at how insidious and inescapable the past can be.

Bérénice Reynaud, a film critic, scholar and curator who specializes in Chinese cinema, recently programmed the film as part of the China Onscreen Biennial at UCLA. She points to the country’s Cultural Revolution, along with the Tiananmen Square massacre, as “one of two major traumas in Wang’s life” and notes that, in contrast to some of the director’s fellow sixth-generation filmmakers, “it’s very clear that he’s been mining his personal history,” especially in recent works. (It’s no coincidence that Red Amnesia is the final installment in his cultural revolution trilogy, the first two being Shanghai Dreams and 11 Flowers.)

Lü Zhong is superlative in the lead role, and Wang makes expert use of the subjective point of view in charting her troubled headspace. As a handheld camera follows her closely from behind, we get so accustomed to Deng’s routine — the monologues delivered to her late husband, her habit of falling asleep with the TV on — that we’re unable to distance ourselves from these experiences or consider ourselves immune from them. We may know her husband isn’t really there, but he’s hardly the only ghost haunting her.



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Elmho Zamayla

maybe i need to relax and forget all my problems !! i love this song !!

inorshaa

It nice to listen while drinking coconut shake at beach.. looking at the blue ocean.. wow.. dreaming to travel to whole world...

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blc52877

This group will always have a special place in my heart.

chris navales

This song makes me happy and my stress reliever. No more problems! I really like this, keep it up #bigmountain ya'll... Superb of a natural herb! Spread the good vibes.

Harold Hill

When I here this song,I just want to hold hands and walk on the beach.

Kailani

my dad got me addicted to this band when i was a baby still is my favorite band

Argento Patoruzu

hermoso video y canción, gracias por subirlo!!...felicidad!

Louwel Nicolas

i love the photos in this video.... makes me wish of summertime .

marta6715

SUUUUUUUUUUUUPER!!!!

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